Bukit Bintang is located in the Golden Triangle right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City of Malaysia and has easy access from KLCC area. It is one of the most popular shopping and entertainment districts for travelers in Kuala Lumpur offering large shopping centres, 5-star hotels, fine dining restaurants, hawker stalls and nightclubs.
The popular Jalan Bukit Bintang or a long stretch of Bintang Walk is a busy street during the day and night with tourists and working locals. Many tourists access to the city’s most prominent shopping centres including Pavilion KL, Lot 10, Sungei Wang and if you are heading to Berjaya Times Square Shopping Centre, it is only 15 minutes walk from Jalan Bukit Bintang to Jalan Imbi. Surprisingly, you can find an indoor theme park at Berjaya Times Square.
Activities Nearby – Shopping
There are outgoing things to do when visiting Bukit Bintang area, including shopping, watching a movie, body massage, fish spa or sing karaoke. Starhill Gallery is a lifestyle destination and luxury retail mall located just opposite of Pavilion KL. Find luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Valentino, Gucci, Sephora and many more.
Attractions in Bukit Bintang
During the day if you are interested in a city tour around Kuala Lumpur city, you can get on the Hop-On Hop-Off Double Decker. Ticket can be purchased online, Bukit Bintang Tourist Information Counter or authorized agents.
The KL city tour is popular among tourists from around the world who want to explore Kuala Lumpur city with a number of stops at the historical area, city centre, food and shopping malls.
If you are looking to try out Chinese & Japanese foods at an affordable price, head over to Lot 10’s Hutong Food Court. There are many stalls & restaurants you can find in the lower ground of Lot 10 Shopping Mall.
For Middle East tourists who want to enjoy delicious and healthy foods, no worries as there are also Middle East restaurants around Bintang Walk area.
For tourists who crave for foods, it is recommended to head to Jalan Alor food street, a famous road with a lot of hawker stalls and restaurants. With just 5 minutes from Jalan Alor, you can take a short walk to Changkat Bukit Bintang, it is one of the KL’s most prominent nightlife district packed with tourists and locals looking for bar hopping and chill out the night with live band music and dance music.
Where To Stay
There are many 4-5 stars nearest hotels to Bukit Bintang. If you are looking to for a place to stay, we suggest some Great hotels in the city Kuala Lumpur with pool view. It takes 5 minutes to walk to shopping malls and other city attractions.
There are also other hotels around the city, it is suggested to find the nearest hotel to the city with access to shopping malls and restaurants nearby. This helps you save up without paying extra for transportation and enjoy your holiday in Kuala Lumpur even more.
Other nearby attraction to Bintang Walk including:
– Petronas Twin Tower
– Petaling Street, Chinatown
– Changkat Bukit Bintang
– Pavilion Shopping Centre
– Jalan P. Ramlee Nightlife
– Menara Kuala Lumpur
– TREC Kuala Lumpur
Getting to Bukit Bintang is not hard. If you are driving, you can access the area from Jalan Raja Chulan or Jalan Sultan Ismail. If you are taking taxis or third-party taxi service, there are many drops off points around the city area which make traveling convenient.